Fiery South L.A. vehicle crash kills 1; up to 4 injured
A fiery vehicle crash in South L.A. killed at least one person and left as many as four others critically injured, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
Spokesman Brian Humphrey said multiple cars collided near 261 West Manchester Ave. on Tuesday night. The crash caused one car to catch fire, and one person initially was trapped in a vehicle.
No additional details were immediately available.
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